Trevcon Construction Co. worked on the rehabilitation for the 5.5 miles of Rockaway boardwalk which was damaged during hurricane Sandy. The $341 million reconstruction was owned by NYC EDC and NYC Parks and Recreations, and engineered by CH2M hill. The project consisted of 5 separate phases of construction spanning over 2 years. Trevcon’s portion of the work entailed the installation of all precast concrete boardwalk planks, sand retaining wall, driving piles and setting pile caps in multiple phases. The most unique feature of the boardwalk installed by Trevcon is the glow in the dark concrete planks, which spell out “Rockaway” and can be seen be planes arriving and departing from the nearby JFK airport.